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      What next for the Australian skies?

      Virgin Australia’s chief executive Paul Scurrah believes the company could have new owners in as little as 2 months and it is predicted that unemployment will reach 10% by June.

      After the collapse: what’s next for Virgin Australia?

      Having green-lighted Virgin Australia's collapse into administration, the government will have to share in the fallout.

      Billionaires and bailouts: a brief history of the begging rich

      Billionaire Richard Branson has asked for government bailouts for his airline, and he's not the only rich man going begging.

      Why cutting population will hit the Australian economy hard

      Australia has relied on a migrant population to propel the economy, but it's going to be hard to get it growing again.

      Turnbull speaks truth to power in Australia from the safety of the back seats

      It's not just about the Murdochs: Malcolm Turnbull is perfectly placed to expose how power really works in Australia, but prefers a selective account of his time in politics.

      ‘Rational’ Malcolm gets let off lightly — unlike the subjects of his book

      Such a compelling figure as Turnbull needed a more confrontational interview than the one he got from Leigh Sales on 7:30 on Monday night.

      Foxtel’s slow death proves pay TV was only ever a transitional technology

      Foxtel's decline is being accelerated by the pandemic, but it's been on its way out for years...

      Dumping local content right now would be a massive self-inflicted wound for TV

      The TV networks were already struggling before the coronavirus hit, and unless they start thinking strategically, they'll continue on a collision course towards irrelevance.

      The national cabinet’s rules, processes and information are shrouded in secrecy

      The prime minister wants the new national cabinet to be permanent, but experts are worried it hinders Australia's democratic process.

      Ruby Princess probe fast-tracked as other inquiries slip into the slow lane

      A number of important national inquiries have been delayed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

      Virus watch: oil prices did what?

      As curves flatten, Singapore shows why we must be careful, while suppliers are now paying people to take their oil off their hands.

      Morrison needs to tap into his past and stop the planes before it’s too late

      While community measures have done well in slowing the spread of COVID-19, international cases still threaten Australia's progress.

      Gruen’s transfer turns out to be timely move in world living on daily data

      Meet the man behind the data that could shape how the government responds to the current economic crisis.

      Enough is enough: the saga of the Biloela Four must end

      There is no conscience in our treatment of these people. It is passionless, gruesome officiousness, grinding them to dust in the name of the rule of a law that is bad.

      Ruby Princess debacle: just why were infected passengers allowed home?

      A harrowing story points to a potential spread of COVID-19 from the Ruby Princess cruise ship far beyond Australia's shores, with passengers heading on to a dozen different countries.

      The national cabinet’s rules, processes and information are shrouded in secrecy

      The prime minister wants the new national cabinet to be permanent, but experts are worried it hinders Australia's democratic process.

      Leaks upon leaks: how the Libs ‘gleefully’ shared Turnbull’s book

      The publishers of Malcolm Turnbull's new book are calling on police to investigate who was responsible for it leaking early.

      #29Leaks: has the ADF been caught up in a Russian money laundering scheme?

      As part of the #29Leaks data leak, Inq and Michael West Media investigate a disturbing story involving the ADF, Russian contractors, and allegations of money laundering using Australian taxpayer funds.

      Why did the government declare war on the AAT? To uphold ‘community standards’

      CHAPTER ELEVEN: The government justifies its reshaping of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal by claiming it brings it into line with 'community standards'. For some seeking the tribunal's judgement, the changes could mean life or death.

      Coronavirus: Part-time employee rights

      Wondering what your rights are as a part-time employee during the coronavirus outbreak? In this piece, we outline some of the key factors to keep in mind when it comes to navigating working during what we have to come as the new normal.

      Coronavirus: Full-time employee rights

      What are your rights as a full-time employee during the coronavirus outbreak? We talk you through your entitlements, as well the criteria you need to meet to receive the JobKeeper payments.

      Coronavirus statistics | When will the lockdown end?

      How long will the coronavirus lockdown last? It’s the question at the back of all our minds. Today, Crikey presents the coronavirus statistics that may be help predict when lockdowns will be a thing of the past.

      Virus Watch: UN’s calls for world peace blocked by US, Russia

      The United States and Russia have blocked the UN's attempts at a global ceasefire, and conspiracy theories spike during the pandemic.

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      Exclusive: Turnbull’s leaked obituary for Rupert Murdoch

      'For one thing, he was extremely rich': Crikey has obtained exclusive leaked excerpts from Malcolm Turnbull's obituary for Rupert Murdoch.

      The costly reason an international student refuses to go home

      After spending tens of thousands of dollars to study and live in Australia, an international student explains why he refuses to go home.

      Drama, drama everywhere

      A staffer for Scott Morrison has publicly apologised for sending an advanced digital copy of Malcolm Turnbull’s new book to 59 friends and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been ordered to develop a mandatory code of conduct between tech giants such as Facebook and Google and news media companies.


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      Why wouldn’t Australia put forward Tony Abbott as a nomination to head the World Health Organisation?

      ALAN JONES

      Even accounting for some expected clap back against Malcolm Turnbull’s new book, this one feels like a stretch ($).


      Number of COVID-19 cases | Australian state and area coronavirus update

      Find out the latest number of COVID-19 cases per state and area, as well as the number of people tested and the number of deaths across Australia.

      Leaks upon leaks: how the Libs ‘gleefully’ shared Turnbull’s book

      The publishers of Malcolm Turnbull's new book are calling on police to investigate who was responsible for it leaking early.

      Government discovers the downside of pursuing a police state

      When the man who used to be deputy PM tells you not to trust the government, it pays to take heed.

      The virus could well be a stage in human history rather than a one-off crisis

      We need to stop pretending this virus is a once-in-a-lifetime event, writes Guy Rundle.

      Hang on a snippet. News media calls win over tech giants too soon

      Australian news publishers are excited about a mandatory code of conduct for Google and Facebook, but they should prepare for a fight.

      Return of ‘the mum and dad investors’

      Australian journalists' favourite term is back. This is a zombie movie with no end in sight.

      Wake up, reactionaries. Your world has changed — forever

      Australia is in a war, but conservative reactionaries only want to know when their favourite restaurants will be reopening.

      From Google to regional newspapers, the media is getting smashed by the advertising plunge

      In a time when news is more valuable than ever, more and more media companies are crumbling.